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HONOLULU, 11. 1., WEDNESDAY,
DUOEMOEU 27, ia'J. v " R
Jas. F. Morgan, Auctioneer end Broker,
J 3 Queen Street.
On SATURDAY, Dec.
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 33 Quoen street, Ho
nolulu, I will sell at I'uollc Auction,
by order of. tho trensurer, Mr. J. P.
Cooke, tho following certificates of
ntock In tho una Sugar oo., unless the
delinquent assessment (second assess
ment,) with Interest thereon, Is paid
before tho day of Bale,
C Wood, .1. (1
IG ...kmson, A. T.
17 Atkinson, j.. T.
18 Atkinson, a. T. .
37 O'Halloran, Win.
107 Annley, W. 0. 100
177 Bishop. M. It C
209 Randolph, (Ico CO
237 Dexter, S. U 100
2CS Ooodaerc, Ceo 25
:!03 itarncs, Mrs. W. 1" 17
320 Brodlc, H. tl 25
.116 Madison Jacob 33
319 Steward, AUco 8
1S2 Montlnp, O. .a 7
127 Moore, J. M Jr. if
111 FIshcl, C. J 8i
112 FIshcl, Mrs. II GO
197 iluston, C. n 33
503 huije, Martin 333
570 Holt, Chris,
073 Voss, II. C. . . ,
099 Reynolds, J. J,
981 Adlcr, Peter .,
1035 Gear, Geo. i). ,
1019 Ashley, W. G.
1124 Knlser. Win. .
1125 Kaiser, Wm 50
1126 Kaiser, Wm 50
1135 Smith, Emma V GO
1136 Smith' Mary D 150
1232 Wood, J. Q. trusteo 6
1285 Illce, juIss Nenlo IG
1340 Meyer, II. C 100
1313 Hitchcock, II. It GO
137C Austin. D. L 17
1392 Cottrcll, W. it
Names nro published for tho pur
pose of Identifying tho certlncatcs.
IAS. F. MORGAN. Auctioneer.
Miifitiil Sugar Slock
On SATURDAY, Dec. 30th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 33 Queen street, Ho
nolulu. I will sell at Public Auction,
by orJer of tho treasurer, Mr. J. P.
Cooke.1 tho following certificates of
stock in tho Ktjiol Plantation Co., un
less tho delinquent nsscssment (fourth
assessment,) with Interest thereon, Is
paid before tho day of sale:
23 Henry Wnteihonso & Co 100
tiO II. P. Both GO
111 C. H. Clapp 100
1G9 Gaston J. Bolsso lb
201 Henry Hapal 10
223 Lovlngstono & Soulo G(
358 Oeo. 13. Turner GO
402 S. 13. Bishop ... 10
405 T. H. Petrio G
4fc Henry A. Bunson 10
030 H. B. Schrotko GO
C31 II. B. Schrotko GO
C51 S. 13. Bishop GO
CC5 C. H. Laago 10
C79 C. H. Laago 20
CS0 C. II. Laago 20
r.81 Jas. McQueen 25
891 Geo. Morrison 15
914 Henry Both 25
1010 N 13. Oedgo , 15
1072 Jas. McQueen 25
10SO H. Armltago 35
1091 C. it. Laago 10
1094 C. H. Laago 10
1224 B. i.. Banning 25
1254 C.J. Folk 10
1257 II, 13. Gares 40
1280 II. Watcrhouso & Co CO
1285 H. E. Gares 100
1286 H. 13. Gares 100
1391 Geo. Manson 10
Names aro puollshed for tho purpose
ot Identifying tho certificates.
JAMES FT MORGAN,
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jothjlkuiiiilci Sugar Co,, lid.
Tho holders of the Maunalei Sugar
Co., Ltd., stock, hereunder described,
tiro hereby notified that tho second and
third assessments ot 10 per cent each,
on said Btock Is duo and unpaid, and Is
If tho amount of said assessments
with Interest thereon Is not paid on or
beforo Thursday, December 28th, at 12
o'clock noon, nt thocolTlccs ot Uoar,,
Lansing & Co., Honolulu, tho said
shares will bo sold at Public Auction,
nt tho nboro hour and date, at the
balcsroom of Jas. F. Morgan, 33 Queen
strcot, Honolulu, ns follows
A. V. G13AR.
Tieas. Maunnlcl Sugar Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, Dec. 14, 1899.
Xmas Trees 1 FreMi and
English Holly and Berries J Green
Frozen Oysters, bastern and Oil.
Cheese (In Foil
Cheese Neuchalet Camembcrt Fromage
Fancy Navel Oranges,
Grapes, ' "' ' '
Pine Apple and Swiss Cheese
Geese and Turkeys,
i he largest and most complete assort
ment of CANDIES ever brought
Gruenhagers Choc Bon Bons.
1ENRYMAY &CO. Ltd,
Bethel Street. yprtf
Call, before purchasing
elsewhere, and see my
assortment of -
Being the largest In the city.
New Waltham Watches
Of all hinds.
Selh Thomas Clocks
In great variety.
Corner Firt and Merchant Sis.
Maunalei Sugar Co., Ltd,,
The fourth assessment of to percent
(f to per share) on the Assessable Stock of
Company will be due1 and payable at the
office of Gear, Lansing & Co., on January
ist. igoo, "and delinquent January 31st,
1900. A V.GEAR,
Treas. Maunalei Sugar Co., Ltd.
The Fifth Assessment, 10 percent or $5
per share, on the assessable stock of the
KIHEI PLANTATION CO.. Ltd., will
be due and payable at the office of Alex
ander &' Baldwin, Judd Building, on
Thursday, January 2nd, 1000.
, J. P COOKE,
Treasurer Klhel Plantation Co.
Honolulu Dec. 20, 1899 1409101
f fZr'1Ji tit ttti tvlnmn unfit hutttJ alHcenti
I " atiitifittl iHhrlioni ta etnti utonJinitr
it toecttl . tiCtHatttt totcili 4 motilb. Ititiilbt
fmptt ilitiwm to, ojftrsJ Ibtpeoptt oflhnol4lut
Y'OUSG Man anu (bate I urnlshed Room. A'
dren "A I' Ihl'rffcc iiimk
UOSIMON UANIHl-Ci.rlt.l ark tr-o.re'.
1 tr k I' ilucu'j", Spanish nJ knzllsii fluently
lino K'nuil mrrrnMIK knowltd e anJ ample rtt-
No ntoctlon to Manila nr atw of the 111
Ailrtit bNbKGbllCfj llullclln. tiia-iw
VlANTFD (J.nU lo know tint they can ret Oiav4
' rv Awhile bartor tnr it r.nn at H. JEI-FS.
toK l-ofl .trcti, npp Our. Statin noo-l
URITING AND ACCOUNTINO DONE accurate
vv ly. toJtrat raits. MR. MUM, care Peopled
CpaCo; nr Genetai fellverv. P O i n-tl
viirsicni vjckmu viirci. wnnicu tor
central houwwork an J cart of children. Refer
r.l.l.t-'Y't.Ki'r .tr1111.11 ...... i.t.u-rt?i.
ences required Apply O M Bulletin office
FOR SALE A fire hlgh-irade upright PIANO
almost few, must bj nulJ at any price Address
J I O n in M 8-tf
tuK bAt t $60 Ucvela d hicytle forljo. Apply
II. OSSIG. Built-in office. UQ4-iw
COR SALE aoo live fat Turkey and joollve fat
Roosters, ready to be delivered In nny part ut
J. n. WKumi,
PR SALE CHEAP, t secondhand phaeton, 1
stcond-hand wacnn. s second-hand busey.
Apply to H h. VIDAatUnlon TteJCo.
COR SALE (iood Ml kliR Cows and Heifers,
I also centje horses, s milk waeon and milk
l.in-, Apply to A. A. MU.-4IANU, Manoa
;OR SALE-LAND:. IN ALL PARTS OF THE
CITY DvJAt.VVAS. ., i)8
COR SAI E-DEAUTIFOL HOME IN NUUANU
I VAI LFY Address Hot. tu. I O
COR SALE A new COTTAGE of eight rooms and
bath: erounds nicely laid out; stable and out
One lot 7! x ns; iter laid on; ornamental trees.
etc Ow comer lot, 75 x 115
All on Collett street. Tnr further particulars
apply to W Al. CUNNINGHAM, nt the Favorite
TO LET New Cot! J Res at Punahou, nearly com
elettd. ready tu occupy January tst. 1900.
Several Cottazcs on Klncs not far from town on
A Residence at Waiklkl on the beach. Immediate
potsesston clvcn. Apply to
No. to rrt street.
CURNlSHbD ROOVt-Only $4 a month. Private
I family. 6)6 Vineyard st reel, t doors Oueen Hotel
THE ALOHA ROOMING HOUSE. Tort St. Best
rooms and attendance In cltv. m
SEASON OF GRAND AND COMIC
11 Lyric Opera Co.
Wednesday, Dec.27-"SA1D PASHA."
Thursday, Dec. 28-"lL TROVATORE"
Friday, Dec. 2o-"AMORITA."
Saturday Matinee and Night, Dec. 3c
Popular Prices, 50c, 7Gc, mid $1.
Bgy Smoking strictly prohibited during
tile present opera season.
Telephone No. 540.
Box Office open at 10.1. m.
GET IT ! '
(Nine Different Views.)
Children's Books and
Toys at Reduced
Hawaiian News Co,
AND LEMON PIES.
Place your orde a tor delivery early.
The annual meeting of the Stockholders
of the CALIFORNIA FEED CO., Ltd.,
will be held at their office at n a. m. on
Friday, December 29,1899. '
CM. V. FORSTER,
i4"-3t . - Secretary.
froi 4dnioni Snipntm newt rt svmr. pg
Weather Dtircau, Punahou, Doc. 27.
Tempernturo Morning minimum,
C2; Mlddny maximum, 81.
Jlarometer nt 9 a. m. 29.86.
Humidity nt 9 n. m, 61 por cent.
Jimv Point 61 F.
Diamond Hoad Signal Station, Doc.
a. muinor canr; wind light, B.
, Tuesday, Doc. 26.
Am. Bchr. Allen A., Ivorsnn, 23 days
from Kuroka, with 349,000 foet of lum
ber to Lowers & Cooke, Ltd.
Wednesday, Dec. 27.
Stmr. Noeau, Wyman, from Lahahm.
Stmr. Kp Au Hou, Moshor, from La
Tftcsday, Dec. 26.
S, 8. Australia, Lawless, for San
Stmr. W. a. Hall, Thompson, for Na
w 111 will.
Stmr. Walalenlo, Qreeno, for Kapaa.
Stmr. Klnau, Freeman, for IIIlo.
Stmr. Lehun, Dower, for Moloknl.
Stmr. Mokolll, Sachs, for Pukoo.
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr. Claudluc, Camoron, for Maul
nt D o'clock.
For Knpaa, per stmr, Walaleale, Dec.
26. J. P. Pfelffcr, C. Qanzcl, J. Leh
man, J. aillls, H. Ackenbach, O. Akcn
hach, H. Dcfty, E. Watklns, J. Deppy,
O. C. Swan, V. Dean, D. Welsh.
For Nawlllwlll and Kolon, per stmr.
W. O. Hall, Dec. 26. Mrs. II, D. Wlsh
ard, H. D. Wlshard, Miss L. A. Curtis,
Miss Thatcher, Miss A. Kaaloa, C.
Noltcrs, J. A. Smith, S. H. Comstock,
E. Page, Miss C. Wight, Mrs. J. F.
Scott, Mrs. D. J. O. Dryant, M.,D, Mon
sarrat, D. L. Peterson, W. Dantord, J.
Kanalnnna, J. R. Hall, J. Anderson, C.
M. Neal, J. Cold, J. D. Alexander, II. P.
Walton, II. O. Dan ford, wlfo and child.
CIRCUIT COURT CASES.
Following Is a list of tho latest cases
recorded In tho Circuit Courts ot tho
First. Third and Fifth Circuit:
Mrs. E. C. Grccnwcll vs Kona Sugar
Co., n corporation, suit for cjoctmcut,
boforo Judgo Wilder of tho Third Cir
cuit. Tho land in dlsputo Is in Kona,
wlicro tho defendants aro now doing
business. Plaintiff alleges ownership
of the land In fco slmplo and asks
$5,000 damages. Kinney Dallou and
McClanahan for plaintiff.
L. Alilo, trusteo for Antony Loo, vs
Wnlalua Agricultural Co., Ltd., action
to quiet title, In tho First Circuit.
Plaintiff claims owcorshtp In feo sim
ple of n certain three-fourths of an in
dividual plcco ot land at Katnananlu,
Walalua, said to contain ISO acres and
alleges thnt defendants claim tho
whole. Humphreys & Androw3 for
Llhue Plantation Co. i Kapalal (w,)
suit for ejectment In tho Fifth Cir
cuit. Plaintiff claims 1200 damages.
M. V. Pressor for plaintiff.
11. K. Knhelo vs Mrs. Anlma, Ah Kce
and Ah Chow, suit for ejectment from
lands in Nawlllwlll, Kauai, in tho Fifth
Circuit Plaintiff claims $500 damages.
M. F. Pressor for plaintiff.
Fanney Strauch vs Loklnebama (w,)
and tho Hutchinson Plantation Co.,
a corporation, suit for ojoctment, In
tho Third Circuit Plaintiff claims $500
damages. Robertson & Wilder for
tloubcpt Is Improving.
Pretoria, Thursday, Doc. ll.Gcn
Snyman reports from Mafeklug, under
tlato of Wednesday, Deeombor 13, tl'at
tho British attacked a Bnor fort, Tho
Doer casualties wero o.io man killed
and ono wounded. Tbo dispatch (iIko
says that Commandant Schoemanti had
11 brush with tho Drltlsh on Tuesday,
Decemocr 1.'. at the Ociatuiiuis Farm.
which tho Drltlsh wero bombarding on
Tho condition of Genornl Jouliert,
who Is ill at Volksrust, Is Improving.
Tho Transvaal Oovornrnml Is employ
ing natives to worn in uimc'.i, paying
1 n month and feeding thoin.
Duke Would Enlist.
London, Deo. 16. It has again do-
como known that the Duko of Con
naught is exceedingly anxious to serve
with tho forces at the front wnd has
onco more offered to wulvo tho ques
tion or seniority whU.i stood in the
wny. It is regarded as quit) poaalblo
that his Royal Highness may be given
command of a division yet -to bo mo
bilized, but It Is known that both tho
War Office and tho Queen nre opposed
to the Idea.
Washington, Dec. 16. Tho Presi
dent has commuted to Imprisonment
of twenty years tho capital sentences
Imposed by court-martial upon four
American soldiers, inotnbcra of n
Washington regiment In tho Philip
pines, for criminal asmult upon native
women., Tho names ot Iho'soldlcrs aro
Scarborough, Conine, Mcllonnclt and
London, Doc. 16. Rear Admiral
Lord Charles Boresford this morning
confirmed the Associated Press an
nouncement of his appointment to tho
second In command of the British
Mediterranean fleet. He has Informed
his constituents that this necessitates
Ilia resignation ot his seat In tho House
ot Commons. Ho has represented York
city In tho Conservative Interest.
There is nothing better than
a picture for a Xmas present,
we ha e them all sizes, prices
and kinds. KING BROS.,
110 Hotel St.
WEDDINO STATIONERY, Engraved
II. F. WICHMAN.
BUILDING LOTS AT PAWAA. M
This desirable property, bounded by Beretania, Punahou and King
streets, on the town side of the McCully Homestead, is now offered for
sile. The extension rjf Young street passes through the land. An
artesian well on the premises supplies the purest water. The breezes
from Manoa valley render the locality extremely healthful.. The property
is on the line oT'dirs, anif the Rapid Transit cars wilf run throuch or
There is np better or more refined neighborhood in Honolulu. .
For terms, etc., apply to ' F. WUNDENBERG,
At J. A. Magoon's office, next to P. O.
Or to J. LIGHTFOOT , on the adjoining premises.
We Are Still
We have torn one Warehouse down and are clearing the goods out of
another as fast as we can.
Our moving sale last week on Bicycle Lamps was a great success, we
have cleaned out all the stock of lamps that we put aslifefor special sale.
We are now going to offer a limited number of Blcyclei'-'at,1oVer prkes
than ever offered before so that we will not have to move them to our new
Columbia Chainless Bicycles $75.00
Columbia Chain Bicycles 55.00
Hartford Chain Bicycles 40.00
Vedette Chain Bicycles. 3P.oo
This offer only applys to our present stock which we do not wish to
have to move, when they are gone prices will go back to the same as In Hw
past. This is your chance to get a valuable Christmas present, one that
will be appreciated.
If you are looking for JUVENILE WHEELS for the little folks just
bear In mind that we have a good stock and can suit you.
We rent Chalnless Columblas by the day week or month.
E. 0. HALT&lON, Ltd,
Oor. Fort and King Sts.
Columbia and Rambler AgonU,
CARRIAGE, WAGON AND TRUCK"
Repairing, Piling, Trimming and feifadiiring
Fine Horseshoeing a, Specialty.
Agency Rubber Tire Wheel Company.
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE MANUFACTURING CO.
Queen Street near Fort. M2g
Pacific Import Co.
: Landed ex. Australia; and
must be sold out, a fine lot of
all kinds of TOYS suitable for
babies or youngsters.
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Bring the children along, and
see and price for yourselves. ;
PACIFIC IMPORT CO.
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